Alice 150 Years and Counting…The Legacy of Lewis Carroll: Selections from the Collection of August and Clare Imholtz is an exhibit highlighting the timelessness of Alice in Wonderland and the life and work of Lewis Carroll (1832-1898). Each month, a new item from the exhibit will be showcased.
In May, visit the Maryland Room Exhibit Gallery in Hornbake Library to view a delightful pop-up book designed by Czech architect and artist Vojtěch Kubašta (1914–1992). The cover
of this book has an oval die-cut hole in the center that gives the illusion of Alice falling
down the rabbit hole. The various characters on the inside of the first pop-up can be seen through the hole in the cover of this cleverly designed book.
View all the featured items of the month on our online exhibit Alice 150 Years and Counting…The Legacy of Lewis Carroll.